Now more than ever, learning about this beautiful place we call home, the Salish Sea is both an exciting educational opportunity and a chance to see how to make a difference in our fragile natural environment.

Returning for our 27th year, Sound Waters University will launch a new chapter in 2021 with our first virtual event. As in past years, attendees can choose from a wide variety of informative classes, from climate change to birds, whales, coastal geology and so much more. New in 2021, instead of only being able to register for 3 classes, attendees will have the wonderful opportunity to listen to all our exciting speakers, with 12-14 sessions planned. This means that while the live portion of our event only happens on February 6th, you will have full access to all these wonderful classes after the event to explore at your leisure.

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Sound Water Stewards supports highly trained volunteers to do education, outreach, citizen science and stewardship to sustain a healthy Puget Sound environment. We have partners in and around Island County with active chapters on both Whidbey and Camano Island. Our partnerships include researchers, governments, tribes, universities, state and local parks and other nonprofit organizations that focus on work in the Salish Sea. Sound Water Stewards, formerly Island County Beach Watchers, became an independent nonprofit organization in 2016.